When Sa'am and his soldiers make a hole into the ship, there is clearly another corridor behind it, so unless their laser went through both walls ...
Sa'am: Remember the Klunkin code: No surrender, no prisoners, no kiddin'! (Exits ship)
Soldier: He forgot his Chanticleer lunchbox!
Sa'am: (returning) There'd better be a cupcake in there!
DD: (about Chanticleer) Stupid celebrity guest stars. Still, I do fancy the cut of this woman's gib.
DD: (to Chantacleer) Never fear, beloved! I shall keep you from this filthy mongrel!
Sa'am: Stop right there!
DD: Take her, she's yours! (Chantacleer glares) Parting is such sweet sorrow.
Cadet: Poor Captain Dodgers.
DD: There's something captivating about this damsel, Cadet. Her outrageous demands remind me of ...
(After Chantaclere smashes a painting over DD's head)
DD: Of course the Mona Lisa would have to be painted on a wood panel.
I.Q.: This is I.Q. Hi calling Duck Dodgers.
DD: Yeah, I recognize you by now.
DD: You know what I don't get? Jumbo shrimp! That just doesn't make sense!
Cadet: That's an oxymoron, sir.
DD: What'd you call me?
Cadet: An oxymoron is when contradictory terms are combined. Like free-trade or compassionate conservatism.
DD: That attitude of yours is killing us in the flyway states.
Macy Gray is billed as "Special Guest Star."
Chanticleer was also the name of the hero in the Don Bluth film, Rock-A-Doodle. It was taken originally from Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales". Chanticleer, a noble but lovelorn rooster, was the dubious hero in a story told by a Monk, one of the pilgrims on the journey.
There is a extended scene before the titles to go with "Diva Delivery."
"Diva Delivery" is "Chapter: 37.64"; "Castle High" is "Chapter: 42.56".
Dodgers and his monster's dance routine, complete with canes and hats, may be a reference to the scene in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein in which Peter Boyle and Gene Wilder perform "Puttin' On the Ritz" before a live audience.
The story that Dodgers tells I.Q. Hi is based on the old Frankenstien movies.
n/a: Michael Dorn
Unlike "Pig of Action," a few of Sa'am's henchmen are voiced by Michael Dorn. This makes sense considering he played the Klingon, Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation.